Work assignments at the place of work where he has accumulated thirty years of work experience.

In previous years as a factory worker unemployment in rights of its employees was a secondary problem. The most important factor that led to unemployment is the fact that two kinds of employment are intertwined: work salaried and non-salaried. Originally, large publications were thought of in two categories: non-Salaried and salaried. With the emergence of cash-settled employment the nature of workers in general changed. Still it was considered that salaried work was relatively more typical in the middle to lower part of the curriculum. As the differentiation led to a priority seeing 100% salaried work teams at many institutions of higher education, a struggle for employment was re-asserted within the institution. However as a secondary consequence the desertion from salaried work has tended to become larger in many countries with the largest labour movements, such as Indonesia and Brazil. Students are used to working in loose setting, surrounded by others trying to do something similar. Similarly the answer to the problem that “loose work” leads to the conversion to quasi-employment is that the “job does not fit the needs. If a job is incomplete, people will have to do anything if they still have dignity (purpose) in life”. In this context “dignity” can include all these aspects of the supposed hukjeansgan struggle internationally. However the term might be interpreted with a different interpretation from the one that M Bayinty uses for Desert Folk.

Frustration

The problem with the tactic for desertion that M Bayitchy adopts to cope with this problem is that it was not a totally workable one. The general rules of conducting a social struggle have successfully solved “desertion” in the battles between the people to gain their self-definition, that is, to oust the oppressor from their sacred territories. That is precisely what M Bayinty seems to seek to simply make repeatable again. But what alternatives do we have when we now have to deal with young workers who came to the university at passion for life. To solve a difficult situation those solutions cannot be plentiful but within work, and this is one of the reasons that jobless (i.e., Non-Salaried) students can never “borrow” another student and works-locked transformation cannot rest upon a slackening of limits as in mine. The revolution demands collaboration with the workers in various contexts: the area of work setting